A 30-year-old Seymour man will face Seymour Magistrates’ Court after police charged him with a raft of charges relating to the burglary of Seymour FM’s transmitter station.
The man has been charged with burglary, theft, criminal damage by arson, trespass, going equipped to steal and possession of ammunition without a licence.
He will face Seymour Magistrates’ Court on October 8.
Three other males have been interviewed and released pending further enquiries.
Three Seymour teenagers have been identified and two interviewed after causing significant damage to St Mary’s College’s Mercy building.
At about 1.30am on July 7, the teenagers gained entry into the school and climbed the Mercy building, breaking a window.
All three have been identified, with a 15-year-old male and a 16-year-old male interviewed and released pending further investigation.
Police do not believe there was any criminal intent to the incident.
Seymour police are looking for information after disability support service Goulburn Options had its trailer stolen from its storage unit earlier this month.
The red, homemade trailer was stolen between July 1 and July 4 from a storage unit on Delatite Road in Seymour.
It has a black cage around it with original Holden wheels with the old Holden logo on the hub cap.
If anyone has information, please contact Seymour Police on 5735 0200.